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21-Sep-2016 18:55

After some grumbling I realized that I wasn't so fond of quiet-guy after all; we were both OK how we were, just not together.

I accepted that I am not, nor will I ever be, a chill girl.

Sounds vaguely familiar to the advice that I’ve been giving for nearly ten years. It’s not that women never write emails (although I encourage them to), and it’s not that men shouldn’t be more patient and open-minded. And telling women to give guys a break – especially men who aren’t too marketing and online-dating savvy – is also sensible advice.

He deserves your UNDIVIDED ATTENTION.” Anyone want to argue with that advice? As such, giving men tools to stand out when actively approaching women makes sense, since they’re far more likely to be ignored.

It is so funny to see how some social behaviors are exactly the same between France and the US, and others are completely different. Well, this was a big shock to me when I arrived in the US. I understood of course a man and a woman could be interested in each other in a romantic way, let me reassure you.

In France, it’s very common for a girl to go out to dinner with a male friend.

Odds: 17/1 Magician Guy Magic guy has given away his Dungeons and Dragons cards and picked up a copy of The Game by Neil Strauss.

Often found performing tricks and making things disappear… Magic guy has a limited shelf life and will be lucky to get past the first round.

A few years ago I briefly dated a very nice, not very talkative guy. I assumed that our differences could maybe lead to an opposites-attract sort of situation.

Instead, I felt uncomfortable around him, stifling my words, and myself, to fit what I thought he was looking for: a chill girl.

A more masculine and/or less feminine gender orientation and variations in relationship seriousness proved to be the two strongest predictors of both men's and women's involvement in courtship violence.